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I often mention that game wardens deal with the same people that police agencies deal with. The following two links speak to such an individual.

http://www.winnipegsun.com/2012/06/18/d ... arges-laid

http://www.mnroa.com/item.php?locator=168

So when we ask people to stand off to the side, keep your hands out of your pockets, stop moving around, etc. it's because we CONTROL the situation until we know specifically that the subject(s) won't present an officer safety concern!
 

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Andre': point well taken. I have relatives in law enforcement, and the stories they tell.....WOW!

This next comment is in no way directed toward you, or any other person in law enforcement. It's just me venting over the headline in The Sun... Stolen, dangerous guns seized in Sandy Bay . As it's an inanimate object, I fail to see how a gun, in and of itself, can possibly be dangerous! It just sits there, occupying space, doing nothing. It's the user of the gun who can be dangerous. Is a car labeled "dangerous". No....the car does nothing on its own. But, you'll never see a headline like, "Dangerous Car Kills Man Crossing Intersection". Sorry for running on, but I'm tired of the media bias against firearms.
 
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